Tag: french skincare review
I am not sure what took me so long to share about my favourite face SPF EVER.
Meet Darphin Intral Environmental Lightweight Shield SPF 50.
I am a big fan of the formula, it does not leave any white residue, and gives that beautiful glow. It is very slightly tinted so will work great for light skin tones. For medium skin tones Sarah Chapman would be great.
I loved that it was also absolutely
The other day I was going through my drafts for Makeup4all, and I was shocked that some of them are from 2009…And the one that caught my attention was this round-up of Clarins cleansers (you can read more details by clicking the “review” links).
Back in 2014 I have posted part I of toners suitable for my skin type (dry and sensitive), and promised to share about the cleansers. So it is better late than never, right?
Here we go:
Pure Melt Cleansing Gel (review)
This is probably my favourite cleanser from Clarins, it smalls amazing, works great for massaging the face and turns into milk after you mix it with water.
Daily Energizer Cleansing Gel (review)
Considering that I have already written about Clarins twice this week, and the fact that they are adding an eye cream to the Multi-Active line, it seemed like a good idea to publish the feature which was in my drafts for several months already. And we are talking about Clarins New Multi-Active Day cream for all skin types.
I am a big fan of Clarins creams, especially the HydraQuench (I’ve been buying that range for years), and also the Daily Energizer which I’ve had more than once, as well, so I was happy to get a sample of the latest launch, 46 weeks ago (according to my Instagram, ahem). But it is better late than never, right? Plus, now I have a better impression, as I have already used the cream up, as you can tell from the photos.
According to the brand, Multi-Active Day cream “prevents and visibly corrects the appearance of fine lines thanks to new Myrothamnus extract. The new extract minimises the impact of daily stress to help keep skin smooth and radiant. With technology powered by plant extracts and the latest breakthroughs in botanical research, these treatments visibly diminish the first signs of ageing, restore radiance, hydrate and maintain younger looking skin.”
My first impression is that it is a
I’ve promised to be better with my skincare reviews, so here is another one. I’ve just used the very last drop of Caudalie Vinosource Overnight Recovery Oil recently so here is my impression.
First of all, I really loved the glass packaging and the beautiful colour & design, it looks like a high-end product with a very good price tag, compared to similar products, £26 from from Feel Unique and $52 from Sephora for 30 ml. It also comes with a great dropper which allows you to us all the product, without any waste.
The other thing which I absolutely adore is the rose scent. Regular readers know that I am a die-hard fan. But don’t worry, it is not too overpowering or overwhelming.
As for the oil itself it has a very good list of the ingredients, and I was hoping for a miracle-in-a-bottle kind of product since it is marketed for very dry skin.
Although I did like it, I found that it
The thing with cult beauty products is that sometimes I don’t want them because everyone else already owns them.That may sound stupid to some of you, but that’s how things are for me.
This is why I’ve bought the famous NUXE Reve de Miel Baume Levres Ultra-Nourrissant Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm only this month, I know.
Yes, of course, I had to take a photo with a peony, I am obsessed.
And, it is an instant love. Luckily, right now my lips are in a good condition, so I can’t report how this balm deals with winter-cracked lips. But I’m really pleased with the effect I get now. The formula is rich and nourishing, but I don’t find it to be greasy or oily, plus it doesn’t just sit on top of the surface, it does it job properly, leaving the lips feeling smoother and softer.
I love applying the balm before